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The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation

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We are seeking much needed volunteer help for food distribution programs at three of our Oakland Chinatown distributions.

  1. Madison Park Apartments at 100 9th Street, Oakland, CA 94607. Every first and third Wednesday from 8am - 11:30am.
  2. Noble Tower at 1515 Lakeside Drive, Oakland, CA 94612. Every second and fourth Wednesday from 8:30am-11:30am.
  3. Frank G Mar Family Housing at 283 13th Street, Oakland, CA 94612. Monday, September 13th and September 20th from 10am - 11:30am

Volunteer roles will include dividing food/produce into bags and delivering prepped bags to apartment doors on site that have requested food assistance. All volunteers are required to practice physical distancing and wear their own face coverings, gloves will be provided.

If you are interested in supporting the local community during these challenging times, please send an email to volunteer@ebaldc.org titled "COVID-19 Food Distribution Volunteer Opportunity in Chinatown". You can expect a follow up response within 72 business hours providing details on our volunteer onboarding process.

We have two community partners for our food distribution program: Mercy Brown Bag Program, supporting seniors in distributing over one million pounds of food per year and the Vietnamese American Community Center of the East Bay, supporting low-income South-East Asians and other underrepresented immigrant communities in the San Francisco Bay Area.

The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC) is a non-profit community development organization with over 40 years of experience in building healthy, vibrant and safe neighborhoods in Oakland and the East Bay. EBALDC develops affordable housing, commercial and mixed-use, mixed-income projects in Oakland and across other cities in the East Bay, including Emeryville, Richmond, and San Pablo.

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About The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation

Location:

1825 San Pablo Ave, Oakland, CA 94612, US

Mission Statement

EBALDC is a community development corporation that develops affordable housing and community facilities with integrated services focused on tenants and neighborhood residents, with emphasis on Asian Pacific Islander communities and the diverse low-income populations of the East Bay.

Description

East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC) is a non-profit community development organization with over 40 years of experience in building healthy, vibrant and safe neighborhoods in Oakland and East Bay. We address the specific needs of individual neighborhoods by connecting the essential elements of health and wellbeing through our Healthy Neighborhoods Approach.

EBALDC is known for developing and managing diverse, mixed-income complexes and communities, while providing vital social and financial services, to help give long-time, low-income residents the ability to stay in their neighborhoods. We know Oakland well and invest deeply in our neighborhoods. We recognize and build upon the assets unique to each community to inform and establish thoughtful partnerships that will address the social factors impacting a neighborhood’s health and wellbeing. This comprehensive perspective helps families and individuals begin a path toward healthy, stable and fulfilling lives in a holistic, sustainable way.

Crisis Support
Immigrants & Refugees
Seniors

WHEN

Mon Jul 05, 2021 - Thu Sep 30, 2021
08:00 AM - 12:00 PM

WHERE

Multiple locations Oakland, CA 94612

(37.81132,-122.26823)
 

SKILLS

  • Elder care
  • Food & Beverage Services
  • Disaster Response
  • Food Delivery / Distribution
  • Food Service
  • Critical Thinking

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • First and third Wednesdays: max 3.5 hours. Second and fourth Wednesdays: max 3 hours. Temporary Monday opportunities, 1.5 hours

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